Following a low fat healthy diet is all you really need to do.
The following pages on hepatitiswa are a good place to start. Stay away from any links on alternative therapies. They dont work.
The following sites also have some good info on your liver and diet
http://www.hepatitisc.org.au (NSW HepC council) and
Apparently there is a Hepatitis C Awareness week in Aust is October. Found a link to it on the Hepwa main page. First I’ve heard of it, but then I don’t need to be made aware of HepC. I’m already HepC aware.
Gosh..it was the wee hours of the mornin' when I posted to Lindaz....my brain was obviously already asleep. I am so glad to read intelligent coherent advice that will get her moving in the right direction. You guys are great.
Lindaz..I do wish you all the best and just knowing we "got your back" I hope will be a great help.
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